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Constructed in 1993, it has intensified the urbanisation of this part of Hong Kong Island, valued for its views and its proximity to the Central … Read More
Constructed in 1993, it has intensified the urbanisation of this part of Hong Kong Island, valued for its views and its proximity to the Central Business District. Easily accessible, the Mid-level slopes have become favoured sites for private land developers. Used daily by more than 30,000 inhabitants, the Escalator has marked the urban landscape with a strong imprint. Because it attracts the very same population along its narrow line day after day, new social structures have been established. The Escalator enters easily into people’s way of life, and therefore becomes a natural extension of the apartment. Read Less
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Mapping the Mid-Levels Escalator
Hong Kong Island
 Entry points and new buildings in surrounding area
A Dynamic Labyrinth

Dynamic Labyrinth refers to disorientation. This is reinforced by the constant changes in places and levels. Hong Kong's maximum density thrives on maximum efficiency. The result is an accumulation of potential usable spaces but also an increase in physical mobility. Despite the complexity of this dynamic labyrinth, the new spatial organization deliberantly induces the feeling of safety and security, comforting the nomadic stroller to explore further. 
A Liquid Journey

stops//entrances//exits//destination 
The intention is the creation of phychogeographic maps.
These maps are routes between personal destinations in Mid-levels.
These drawings are complex assemblages of architectural photography, illustrations of signage and street furniture and subjective annotation
A smart traveler has no fixed plans, and is not intent on arriving. - Lao Tzu